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A REMAtKAfBA STORY.
The following narrative is solf-oxplaratory
The letter which procedes it is a true copy o
the original, and was sent to us, togethe:
with the details by an officer now in tha
United States Navy.
United States Flagship Nomad,
Navy Yard, BosToN, Mass.,
January 10 188-.
.1f/ dear" Friend-Your kind favor con.
tahing congratulations on my restoration t<
health in before me. Whon we parted thirty
months ago little did we imagino that either
would be brought near death's door by a dis
onso which selects for its victims those who
present an internal field of constitutional
weakness for its first attack, because youand
I were in those days . the personification of
health--and can claim this to-day,thank Godl
Why I can do so will be told to-morrow,whon
we moet at your dinner, as you only know
that I have passed through a terrible illness;
my delivery from death being duo to the
wonderful discovery in medical scienco,
made by a mant who to-day stands iii the
front rank of his follow workers-unequaled
by apy in my own opinion. That i, who
horetofore have ever been the most orthodox
believor in the old school of medicine, its
application and results, should thus rocant
in favor of that which is sneered at by old
pructitioners, may startle you, but "seeing is
believing," and when I recount the attack
made on my oid hulk, how iear I cano to
lowering my colors, and tho final volley
which, through the agemcy above mentioned,
gave mo victory, you will at least credit m
with just cause for sincerity in my thankful
ness and belief. I will also spin my yarn
anont my China cruise, and altogether, ox
poet to entertain as well as be entertained
by you. With best wishes,
Roar Admira'. U. S. Navy.
Iion. Uvionov W nmNE,,
Sinclair Place, .oston.
An auttunnel afternoon in the year 188
found the taut flagship Itoinal rounding
the trehorous and dangt;.rous extremity of
ont.h America. And lihm day certainly in
tended to place itself on record with those of
its predecessors marked stormy, its minsti
ness in wind and woather giving all hands
on hoard the Jhigshilp their Jill in hard work
nid disconforts. 'l'he record of the Noma'l
on this cruise, which she was now complet
ing on her hoineward hound passage to Dos
toin, had lhon most disa;reeablo, when con
sidered in the ligcht of heavy weather work.
From Suez to Ad:i, then on to Bombay,
Point do (alle, Singaporo, IHong Kong,
Shanghai, NagasiIki nid Yokohaa, the
balance sheet stood lhirgely in favor of old
Neptmi. 's Ii igh characteristics, but withI
romirkable evteet.s tie heall h and original
roster of th ship's compnny stood this day
ats it did ntearly threo yo:Irs ago-with one
exception. Throughoiut the diverse and
varied expostt e.s inc"idental to cruising over
the Asiatic station, w hero cholera, fovers,
liver complaints, malaria, and colds of all
degrees reign in full force, noino of the ert.w
had s,tiT.red more than temporary iic"on
venience. indt ttis it seetmed very hard that
now, in the closing days of the cruise, thoro
itould nine cliicts ft,r, to one afgainst, a vic
tory b)eing at last scored for tIho destroying
angel Death. When the Nom l raehed
Sih:tuanhai in the early portion of her cruise
Ir rtuhir:al w:as Iho boaltl iest man aboard.
A gra:nl sp"etc"inmim of inanho)d was he. Over
six feet in height, weighing two hundred
icils, br ad ini chest amid strong in litmb,
le rightly claimoed for himself a lull share of
Nature's Iblessintgs. While ret,urmning lateono
nmiglit I rou a to cupionmtc receptt tin -u .
Contsil:cte fit Si nghai, thtrough overheat
ing ndiit iutllicient proteelion from th dat
gereou: efl'Its: of the peculiar damp atnd
so a.ching night air. he cau::ht cold. "Only
n coll," retmt:irked the ndniral to the doctors
of his ship, "imicl easy to cure.'' So though
the m Iedical otlicers, but with ia ruint. thouight
insidiiouts progre-sion, this cold clung to the
aAlmird in spite of their best efforts to erad
ie'tte it, amid wi-henl the timo caic for loaving
Yol:ohmiin, htomewn rt lound, ie admirail re
alimtl t hat his lhmgs and throat wCe-e docid
edly out of order. Thel doctors advised re
turintii hotion by mtail st eamer to Sant Framn
(tsci si (liit ;:reater imeans for curing this
I e.ciilent col-h mtighlt li foutid in the
'aval Ilosp~ iit t here ; bu tht Ile admiiratlipre
ferreit to stieik to his sii. st ill itingiaiing
thain I a loublle wou:dl ev'entuiailly be over
come Icy 1the idoirs' t realmnti.
Ne cine whoa IcacleI at the mtlimiral even in
thiose d:cda inna-4iied that hoc would fall a
ricticAIc to traum,ii. liut It wa~s the o)ld
Btory agini ty! itil n Ithis case. Onrly a
coldi a fi rst; andl in ito it of tlothoox trneat
mienit te pueculiair climatie el'et s of China,
mnur-ced it, and bam:ienced tIe acre r-esul t of
such a di ep s-sa It I ilouble. TI ime 'as-oct after
le-aviing Yeol,anmn fo lo hosin, hr.nginmg
var-yiiig s.5 miptomsi ini the adiraiill') (cas, antI
the dictoris imagined t hat they luht hm theis
ease ini ceck at lenst. liut with IthIe forima
ticon of tubmieri Ic-, night-swoats andut thle now
ropl di (cntim ti in of humg ticsuies, which
hiutt set ini withl amc:inig symiijtomas, the pa
tienit reize iid tha~it iili co,iliad laitd Ithi seeds
of tint felt iigenit, 'if 1Ic.ath, con-compin.
'lTh ack ing iclui o-i f thle aiiiral haid iin
titel hin -iulicec l food for serious conisidl.
er-ationii. n'iil niow, at ini the wam inutumnci
dmays the iiungchic gamlluantly iminto ov~er the
bhlio w:aiersa of thec l'accitic, bcoiund for- Cape
horn, lice do ctomrs hotpedc no-h for sucess.
]iut this bicitertous aifternioon fundmi thoegood
shipIstruI ing with Iimigaintici seas set off
friiin i th (';cp- by ai ticncr o lsrly wiujd.
]SiLide wer itheIic haaen-s aind satd lie
harnt. of atlI abo arch, for Ithat m orn inag thei
iiuual bl!lit in o,f tho immediceti-nr imd st
forthI tI,hs in ieilligenmeio: "Thie ni.mi r, isi in
Samemlic ailtjion as- re-portedt lust nigtt. A
buriniing c-ino: has Ibeeni slightly reiducedl,
whiil t her Ici 'ymi~tinsi iare nt hereitc)forei an..
n)ouniced."' All unditeistoodt te wvords
wiut mi at ion ing. Thle beved admniral
I'ili itii ng im ii a 'ci i Iwo w~eekhssimunk very low.
The 53 i.nciicimi of b'lood-pc?iaoing, a torpmid
liver. intense pius thrioighoiut the botly,
t'yesigh t anid imeni t facult ic- nfeuct ed, aippo
tito goin-, thriough inaution of thait great reg
liaitocr---thce liveri. Ttisc werem- then mens
wvhiich h:il red dthu,-.iIle ami niral fromx the
Icimach- of ihtlh to the viilley and shadow of
deit h. C ciiinma,Monc heli fuil Isway niow,
and thet well-kmmown skill otf naval d ,ctors
wvaN in thIiis i nstnatciit i lead compitletely
'lhe ut amiral haid i-.uoed oders for then tlag
shail t c' i cIh atn loiitevidlet for oc)al, andI it
wias thec intc mi - f utheic doctoirs to land the
adi aii athere- Ifor c teatiet . I hit one manii
in tic- .sipi waii wrmapdcl ini lice gico:nc of do
5Iir,t ni' sandliiin' Icy thle wemither riegig on
Itie I".0 deckitmh fi. g 'ed abiti-lty over Itie
seti ig waste- of wnateri. 'This was the ad.
mirmal's so ini lieuiein iih ail at la -li I to
his fiat her's ala Il. Ihic fi-medc that I Ie wi car
iindt tcear of ship life womcuhic hii father's
i-ilengt h b eycm nn r:uc.hiait-e, andl beificrt the
shipj iculdto reV b Alontiievisici. A iicong ai
groupj of sailer. githered miarond one of Ithie
great gus oni tic sariideck at'o I time cainl
tif the for-Icii., Iiwim, am alig.i hut. hme:mhhy
lookincg i,iani. Ilh iicimitions were listeni
jug toi a recid oft isi- sc d--irigs fromii coni
sumplt iiocii whicb had divy-'oped- wnhilito he was
aittichuid to Itie 5'(i: of ct.watr i'diinte, lyinig
in the hiarbior Yokoh:ua a ytour age, this
"yiarn"' havinu honci atedI-i by a discusshin
about the muhnmirat'a coniditi ci. The moni hail
just i'eturneid from aoime work artoundt the
deck, an undder fori which I a I iitntrupted
l3rownm's story ai few imo)cmnts pu-cviously.
"A year- iago Ilisc day I was hiovo to in tIme
'mill nmn'as' sick bauy in the Ic'cngjer, thenim ott
Yokohamn, ian' I telIl . c', lar(hs, 'twans mio
uoi pmipiln' imy nmnbater, 'eausso I wntar nigh on
lpiisii' ini imy ienh st meni-t papiors for a long
cr-ume amloft,"' -ont ind mmcllrowna. "C(on
sumtionl l hind ime 1lam abacmk, anti thle doctor
says ii wias no use to stow miway his lush ini
my hitld seeini' thiat iny b:cllows was conm
demnieud b,v~ a higher poewe- than lie could
"How didt you pcuoke-r out of it?" askedh a
"Wa'all,"' reliedl lirown, "'my C1hiino
wa-chiani -amue to ino one mori-n' aln' lio
says to me, ''mil hint got oleo suamo M~elican
lmani imet:hkini, do you healp go i" I says,
'binug it oif, Chaium I buy alt thme same.'
I ~'lih1t a fternoon Chanmg hiveohu with four-teen
bottles of a Ilmsh, enough lo kill cia cure- the
-1wholhe ship's cr-ow, aim thiat leoked freshaI in
their nice wrapptleirs. Say s Ch1ng, 'China
mam doctor hab, got hpen)t(' imiore, hie mako
heat, good well with may sick, this number
one0 meidio alm mlIeu simo thi-ough Yokohama.'
Wa'all, I look thei boit ties mn' toldl the doctor
I was goini' to try one mis by~ tIhe ailini' Or
ders oni the biottlhe, and thae octer hue haughied
ando smiid 'twas no0 god, bitt I od.mo as the~
regumlationis says frm-ei thou fIr-st, an' horo I
num, ag'inm the doctor's idea i,ti to eauro!"
With this .triumphanit assertion Brown
looked aboeut tho circlo. 't'hen, lowe'rinug his
voice, said: " Boys, I've four of those
precious botttles leuft---ain'I give 'emi all
tuwny yet r.fter I was ecu-ed--au' if you a'l
thaimik thiat, it would not Ib too free with tho
'old umani,' iupp)hoso 1 go to his soni thoro oin
tIhe poop1 deck anm' say what I have to you,
an' hrakina' hit' pardumn, say n;o nia't the ad
miral to try thme stumff in mny bottles, scein'
Mhat they cured muy-conisumpntion."'
This idea met with approval from all
. Therefor.o Bro,wn walked off for an
1 intoview witn u i6 adinlrttis son, witn no
little anxiety in his good heart as to the re
sult of his mission. Approuoain' the lieu
tenant, Brown saluted, and askcd for per
mission to state his reasons for doing so.
This was readily granted, and Brown spoke
"Seeing that I was once cured of con.
snmptiWn, lieutenant, I make bold to ask
if I can tell you how, an' why I've the rea
sons for wishing you to use on your father'
what was my salvation."
In a fow moments the lieutenant had
Brown's story out, and unuch to the latter's
gratification, granted a rtady permission to
him. It did not take Brown long to run to
his ditty box, got the bottles of medicine,
and return to the lieutenant with thoi.
" I'm afeared that the doctors will kick
ng'in the use of this blossed stuff, an'
what will you do. sir," said Brown. as he
>laCed the modicino in the can orde )*a
.wnds to be taken into the adiniral's room.
"I will attend to that, Brown, and rest as
sured that your remedy will havo a fair trial
in spito of any opposition. It will not harm
my father, judging from your statement and
tho opinion of the Medical oilers of the
"' Thank you, sir, an' God help the admiral
to weather his trouble, is the prayer of all
the ship," said Brown, as the lieutenant
turned to enter the cabin.
There was no cessation in the storm that
evening. Tho galo howled through the rig
aging in wild, discordant tones; the greatshmp
labored through the white-cappod nioun
tains of water thro..tened to engulph her
with each burst of their storn-wltipped
crests. Within the admiral's cabin the Ar
gand lights, the comfortable furniture, and
the numerous ovidences of the admiral's
wanderings over land and water, as displayed
in choice bric-a-brac and trimmings, gave
I to the room a warm snug alparanco, most
pleasing this wild night to those within. In
his stateroom lay the admiral, mand ',iui.
fortable by all that lovii r.u.s ci:oi:..
hearts could bugggest. W; In" iw. '. .
son, who in quiet voice sna recountint. : t
his father the inatorview with Erowcn. aid It.
opposition met with from the doctors whol
the idea of giving this now medicine was
"You waro sleeping at the timo, father,
and therefore mirsed s. !aughable scono,
nando so, in spite of your .andition, by thu
intense dislike displayed 1.y the doctors fou
this 'now-fanglod stuff,' thue 'patent liquid,'
which they declared with their con1sent
should never be given to you. Well, I cut
the mattor short by saying that I would takq
all the responsibility, amt wata your p.. a..
sion would administer it. That I olbtaineo'
whten I found you awake and now you ar'
under way with the first bottle as per dirot"
Lions. I um satisfied, dear father, th:'t
will do you good, a promontton illing my
heart that at last we have found the mieans
of arrest.ing the burnmng fever and backing
cough which have been troubling you so
The l nadmiral's reply was cut short by a
severe spell of coughing, during which lie
spat bloud, and when tinlished saiak back ex
hausted. but the grateful look which he be.
stowed on l his Soi was n additional assur
nnce of belief in that. which the admiral had
at first sight dubbed as a pos;ible but doubt
fil ine-ms of doing hWin any good. But laiy
ing Aide his dislike for any but old-estab.
lislied remedies, the adniral a'itliiseed in
his soi's re(ue It., and now, ifor this last
spell, admitted that the elfet of the dose
had softened the dreaded severity of the
*- * * * * a w
Three weeks Iater found the Xoia(d mak
tug the harbor of Mointovideo. After severe
and prolonged weather she had rounded the
Cape and was now stainiding inl the harbor
for the purpose of recoaling and watoring.
To one given to the study of hutnan liuo.
nients the faces of those aboard the flagship
this bright mom ning would have alforded in
fluite scope for such pursuit. lint. the source
of each man's happiness flowed from(i the
s:uamo fountain of giatoful joy. 'le beloved
admiral was the enuse of this. And why?
If you could have soon the admiral t his
bright morning, dear reader, your answer
would have boon easily found in his fa"o. A
changed niul was he. Victory was perched
on his guidonisl tlhi dread onenmy was s'owly
retreatingl The lght was ia severe oe, hut
with no cessation ini vigilant act iounand enrie
fail npj lication of the contents of foutr
hottlehcs the :amirnil had turned thla flank of
conasiump tiona, andi( was slowly lbut surely
drivinglhima off ti o tield with a l;Ooerv1 wich
a-ttoundaed the doctors and filled all hearts
with joy nad tankruio .
Wihat was this thoen that had won the v'ic
tory fori the0 se'amaanlai rown, anid wans now
haading thle ndainral's slanti-eod forces to tiho
samie grand reSullh? Wheni asked t his atuis
ion by on ie oif las oftic -a on duty, in Alon.i
fovide-o, th ladmi(airal, slowly lifting his hand,
rail ied, "I1 wounild that ini letters of goldd, and
so placed that all the world could readl them,
the naam f tisa great remnedy couldI be
shaoun,i coipled with thae geanius who dliscov'
oredl it-Taast(aaaa 00. l-: i-.maeAr isioova.:nv
. Dr. Piurce, of RTalo, N. Y.,' tIhe man whlo
hais given to his fellow mina the greatest meo
lief faroma all ills tha:t mortal flesh is heir to!''
"This is the name of thli contents of that,
liottla on any table, anid Ghid bless the man
wi'n ha- f-''mil [le ner-et. of fillinag it with a
maed iain at onacc purifyinug andl strengthoan
mai, whle somie aand toough ini its aresuilts,
andit cliiaiamg. ini miy lhmuablle opiionea, nioth
inig for its.l f that it ennnaot reas,nably pier
form. Nature's ally augainast the abuse of
Wiell might the admnirad siang the praises of
that which had1( 50 unexpolietedly res(cud himi
from-a a fautal illb'nss. Wh leu tha- shaip anchiorodl
the first comissioni for the admaiiral's son to
oxectito was a l:irage purachiaso oif I )r. Pierceo's
Gioldeni Aih u,Iie:l 1 )i'aover'y, whaich, ias thliemad
iiral sadly adimittedi, hatlhad scem ini every
piort, tho wror-.l airoiunaid laud only inmred
as' :aa ev'id'ence oh l' theaenegy anid eantoa'priso
of ain Amero~ienna wh'o coauhl thus placce his
Goldon Med'tical D iicoveary ini every 1nook
anad cornea- of [lhe glaobe. Bait mnw h0 wa'~s
onie mior'e to to ry to the wonmd'rful hewer
of this mineina, antil certaiinly dial so ini
Moitnteo, lay t r.aisinag it up to mill the high
otlicjil who visited hlimi.
A~ wrok later andau the Non,iiam s:a'ild for
limstoan di re't . What thIe coniat ion of thle
dmh ial w as wht-m slae a'-vedt thu la:is shoiwn
ia his let tea'r aave. I.et it Ito r'corld to thae
er-edit of thla doctor's on thle flatsai p fliat
lahey wree coampIletaly ('urede of allt distlike for
thle Goldiat Matiiral )>iscovea'y, u-. it. fait ii
fiully oan thei voy ago tao lh>stonm, iad 1 maido I,
hr ,uaghai iiits a wonerfutal lower, thle namiral
e uma '-tal y rest a re- I; anad more thiaan ain' p or
f1llow wih > staarted ot iai thie sic:i Law of t ao
.\,ona a. Whatit stana'i fr'iiends- thae (iohden
"lettliin D iscove-y iinadol in thliat -lhip!
Thae t aove, r'a'de'r, is an oautl!inao of the
baoy, stiim b y thw aimiirail to his friend whencr
ty aiet ii at th ia diner. We will naot t.>uieh
ni ot he - ort ionis oif hais ianterestiuag r'ecital
oif his caisie ina genaaaah,(a or aI be'iaig to re
a'orad his t'stiamny foa' thae gareatest. wondler
in maedu .il scienace t haat t his ineteenith een,
atamry of suimn asinag developmeant,t hans pro.
F:.omufa ihe ondelrfaul ptower of D)r. Piorce's
Goahlena Medical Di.sco.-Cry ever flint terribly
fautail disoanse, consmtiaption, wvhicha is serofua
of thae hangs, whaen first,'otfering this now
woald-famned romaedy to the pubmhlic, Dr.
Pierce thought faivorjably of calling it his
"'cionsumption cure,'' hbut abanidoaied that
nano as too restnictivo for a imedicinao that
from its woanderfual coimblination of germ-do.
stroying, as well ats tonic, or strenagt honing,
attorativo or blood-leansimna, antiu-bilious,
uliuri-tic', haactornaltaint mlutrat ivo lnOlaerincg
is unequalod, not onily aus a rtemnedy for con
aiaumphtioni of the lunags, but for all charonuie
dise-ases, of thio liver, balood, kidneys and
hangs. Gioldeni Medicad D)iscovory curios aill
hamnaors, from the we:sat aerofaula to a com
nme' blotoh, pllhalo or eraup'.ionl. Earysipo
has, salt-rheuam, feoror-sores, scaly oar roumgh
skina, in shor-t, all disea-es caused by disuniso
germs in the blood, arao conqiuored by this
paowver'fu, purifyinig rand ianvigor-atingf medi.
cinoe. (boat elf mag ulcers ruaidly hal uder
ifs benaign influieneos. Espoially htai it
mnifestedl its potoney in cuarinag tetter, raso
raush, boils, eairhaunoles, Rore eyes, scr'ofauloan
sea-es aid swelliings, whaite swellinags, goitre
or thaick niek, and? camlargoid glads.
"T'lhe blood is the life.' Thaorouighily
cleanse this foiuntain of halth by using
(Johdoui b dea l)liscover'y, aned goodt(diges.
tioni, a faiir skin, bauoyant splirits, vital
strenigth anmd sounudness of constituation are
For weak hangs, spittinig of blood, short
brme'mth. conasumni'ive night-weats amnd kin.
ri red aflectionas, ft js a sovereigan remedy. Ina
thie curae of broanchitis, sever-o c'oughas anid
consumphtion, it has astonished the medical
faculty, and eminent phiysicianis pronmounc
it the greatest muedical discovsary of thn age.
The nutritive properties possessed by codl
liver oil ar-e triflinag whmen compared withI
those of the Golden Medical Discovery. It
'rapidly buailds tip the system and increase
the flesh andi weight of t hose reduced belol
[lae usual standard of health by wasting diA
* * *t . * * t
'I!huoreader will pardon the foregoing dl
gression promp)ted by our admiration for a
rmd htperforms suich marvelous cures,
and permit us te' ura that when the admiral
teturnbd to his home in Now 'ork the pmy
cloud ast upon the Iappiness of the reunion
with his family was oaused by the continued
illness of his eldost son, a young man of
twenty-four, whoso disoasu when the ad-.
miral sailed from Montevedlo, had been re
ported as succumbing to the treatment of
the family doctor. But his father thought it
otherwise; tho unfortunate young man was
suffering soveroly from chronio diseaso of
the kidneys and bladder. Boforo leaving
Boston the admiral h-id purchased a copy of
Dr. Pierce's book, "The People's Common
Sense Medical Advisor." lie read this val.
uablo book thoroughly, and upon his arrival
iome had mnado up iis mind as to the future
treatnuont for his son. Tihe latter was sent
to the famous Invalids' Hotel at Buffalo, N.
V., conducted by Dr. R. V. Pierce, and his
ompleet staff of si:ooialists, where, under
skillful treatment, the sufferer soon found
relief and a permanent euro.
Miramno.-If there is cause for par.
icular care and watchfulness on the
part of the husbaudman who employs
iolp it is most assuredly with those whc
lo the milking of his cows. The man
ior of milking has a more powerful in.
luenco on the productiveness of the
cow than most dairymen are aware of.
k slow and careloss milker soon dries
ip the best cow. The first requisite
or a good milker is utter cleanhness;
he udder should therefore be carefully
sashed before milking if the cow has
mcon lying in a yard or stable. The
nilker should begin gradually and very
gently, but should steadily increase the
rapidity of the operation until the udder
is emptied, using a pail lirgo enough tC
hoid the milk withioutechanging. Cowa
ire very sensitive, and the pail cannot
o changed without leading the cow
noro or less to withhold her milk. The
greatest care should be taken to strip
,he last drop, and it should be done
'apidly. If any milk is left it is re-ab
iorbed into the system, or else become
sakel and diminishes the capacity of
ho udder. If gentle and mild treatment
s obhserved,the operation is one of plea
mre to the cow; but if an opposite
ourse is pursued, if at every restless
novement caussd by pressing a sore
eat the adimal is harshly spoken to,
ho will be likely to kick,and thus form
habit which it will be difficult to break.
void change of milkers, and be loth te
)art with a good one
KiNDNEss TO STOCK.-Occasionally
ye see domestic animals that are as
vild as foxes, and at the approach of
nan manifest t'o greatest alarm. This
a usually caused by ill-treatment on the
)art of sonic one in the past. It is a
ositivo disadvantage to have animals
rented unkindly,it matters not whethei
,hey be horses, sheep, or cattle, the re
mults are the same. They will not eat
o well; they are likely to be restles ;
hey will not grow as last as they should
ind there is a constant loss from this
vholly unneces;arv cause, Therefore,
yve say. treat your animals with the
;reatest kindness, and don't allow any
)no to strike, kick or abuse them. Your
inimals will always give you a cordial
i oleome when they have 1o reason for
Xpecting abuse. Treat them kindly,
mnd they will reward you well for it by
iringii,g into your pockets more profits
or their keeping.
CAnaE 01F WAGON WHETELI. -The sever
'at strain in the cart oir carringo conmes
ipon the wheels, The fellocs especily
irt exp)osed to alternate mud amd
iroumght , according to the p)revaihing
hvenituolr. 'lTe paint soon wvears off and
lhe woodi absoibs the waiter from every
'nudl puddle through which the vehicle
5 (lnveni. in a diry time the wV(od
bhrinks, and the tire gets loose. The
~emnedy is a nowv setting of the tire, and1(
bill rm the blacksmith, it is much
:heaper to clean up the carriage oc
ionally, and giving the wheel a dres
ing of linseed oil ais hot as it can bc
>uit on. 'Them wood will absorb a good
heal of the oil, and will swell the rim st
as to make lthe tire tight. It will pro~
veint the rottileg of thme wood, anid make
Long.-lived whlieels. Wheni the wheelN
avo soaked up all the oil they wili
ake, put on a good coat ot paint.
' is an injury to plants to frcqmuently
vstIor on the surface :to water thoroughly
,vhon thme plait-i require it is essential.
Reflection will convince any onie tbni
pot full of soil anid a mass of roots iri
lhe centre cannot receive Eflicment wa
or to wet the roots lior..ghly, if ap.
ilied on the top oft the pot ini mioderait<
luantities daily. I is rime saved oncto
s week to p!aico the p)laiits ini a detep yes.
tol of water; keep in i e water until th'
sir hutdbles cease, and aho syringe ovei
11d( uinder the leaves; it will keep th<
ihlnts healthy, as doces thio evoniup~
IN feedinig lamibs for the market it ha
ess iimportaiit that they comeoeat ly thai
hat they are kept growinig withoni
o~k rm Iack of food. Alter th<~
ambm is ten days or two weeks old it. wil.
isuailly b)egin to e'at soinething hbesides
*t's mothier's ijk. No gramn is bettei
fian whole oats lacted in shallow I roughta
where the lambs can run and the old
theep calinot. A very little grain fel
in this way will bring greater pifit thai
f fed to any other kind of stock. Th<
best lambs are always salable att fanca
prices. wvhile stunted speOcimenls airo Of
ben a drug and (do iiot pay expenses.
Unmrex:xs. whenm irst hatched, sh ouli
iot bio hurried out of the settiing inest,
LFor twenty-four houra mat loaat from the
Lime the earliest commene to ahov
themselves, it is better ta leaive then
unider or with the lien mother. Thog0
nteed nto food for fromii a dlay to a dai
anmd a half usually. When they get stronmg
en oughm to venttre from benieath thi
mothe 's wings, it is timo to move th(
WilEN cows are fed witis a liberality
that detve'lops a full flow of nmihc, thmej
will not overload with a food so hittli
soncentrated as greon grass Time facl
that they (10 overload is an evidenect
Lhat their pirevious food was tomo scanty
for profit, iand cossquently that losa
had bmeimeiiodured on account of it.
When a change is to ho mnade the heril
should be aid mitted gradually t > the mnoim
feed, and they shouldhiho supplidl
with all thme salt aind water they desire,
TmnE cattle of time Pampas arc comrpui.
tett at 20,00)0.000. They are the dlesen,i
riants of a bull1 and eight cows, whicl:
were brought there by twvo Portugueso
brothers in 155i3 It is only nea.r Rune,
nos Ayres that they have been crosses'
wvith limier stock. Tme old herds are ill,
shaspedl and( ugly,
IJAYEmRINO comnsists simply in bonding
down ai branch andm koeping itm contaci
with or buried to a small depth in th<c
soil, until roots are formed. The con,
nection with the parent plant may thmer
be served. Many plants can be fai
more cheily pi-opagated thus than by
D> louovs CoFvnE.-In coffee-grow
ing countries, where the berry makes
but a short joui ney from the bush to
the mouth, this process is not necessary;
and in the mountains of St. Domingo,
the native darkiea make coffee in very
quick fashion. They take the fresh
berries and parch them for a few min
utes, then crush them in a mortar-and
for each persen put a tablespoonful of
fragrant fragments into a conical-shaped
bag; the exact number of coffeoe-cups
full of boiling water is measured out and
poured twice through the bag. This
completes the process, and the result is
-"nectar." But some one comes for
ward with an air of authority and says:
Take a coffee-cup of the best Java coffee
browned to the color of chocolate (not
scorched). ground not too fln,%. and mix
with it half an egg. Put this into a
coffee.pot, or boiler, (which is as clean
as the cup you drink from) and pour
over it one quart of boiling water, stir
ring as you put the water in; boil slow
ly for fliteen minutes, then stand the
boiler on the back of the range ten min
utes to settle: turn all coffee off from
the grounds at once into an urn or coffee
pot that can stand upon the stove to
keep hot. Coffee loses its flavor by
standing oi the grounls longer than
half an hour, and should .be very hot to
To MAiu NxoUs,-To every pint of
port wine allow one quart of boiling
water, one-quarter pound of sugar, one
lemon, grated nutmeg to taste. As this
beverage is more usually drunk at child
ren's parties than at any other, the wine
need not be very old or expensive for
the purpose, a new, fruity wine answer
iug very well for it. Put the wine into
a jug, rub some lumps of sugar (equal
to a quarter pound) on the lemon-rind
until all the yellow part of the skin is
absorbed, then :+quoeze the juice and
strain it. Add the sugar and lemon
juice to the port wine, with the grated
nutmeg; pour over it the boiling water,
cover the jug, and, when the beverage
has cooled a little, it will be fit for use.
Nogus may also be made of sheiry, or
any other s weet white wine, but is more
usually made of port than of any other
beverage. Sufiicient-Allow one pint
of wine, with the other ingredients in
proportion for a party of nine or ten
OnEAME PA'rissinu.-Put the yelks of
six eggs and two tf-aspoonfuls of sifted
flour into a stew-pa. Add gradually
to it a pint and a half of boiling cream
and a pinch of salt; then place it on a
moderate fire. gtirring it with a spatula
till it begins to thicken, when you take
it off, continuing to stir it, in order to
make it perfectly smooth. Then put
it back on the fire, stirring it for fivo or
six minutes, until it is set. Put a quar
ter of a pound of butter in a pan on the
fire, skim it, and continua it on the fire
till it has acquired a light-brown color,
when you initantly mix it with the
cream, after which add to it a quarter
of a pound of grated cocoa paste; to
gether with four ounces of maearoons
coarsely brok ii up. You may flavor it
with a little maraschino or orange-flavor
water. In asoe the cream should be too
stiff add a little more cream; if the eon
trary, the yelks of two eggs.
SMa1vER in constant use should be
washed every day in a pan of suds made
of good white soap and warm water,
drying it wiith old soft linen cloths.
Twice a week (after this washing) give
it a thorough brightening with finely
powderedc whiting, mixed1 to a thin paste
with alcohol, rubbing longer and harder
where there are stains. Thelin wipe this
oilf and pl)Oish with clean, soft old linen.
Tua plaid flaumnols which are offered
at surprisingly low prices at this season
of the ycar make dle'iralo covers for
comiforter:s. They are so firm that they
do not need to be tackeu v'ery closely,
nnd can be o.asily ripped apart anid
washed when it is necessary. Although
one would profer to be engaged in sew
ing on muslin and summer garments, it
is nevertheless truoe that it is *a good
time now to consider the needs50 ofianoth
JNsIcT DiisTaovua.- -We see it stated
that the beat insect destroyer known is
alum water. All you are required to do
is to put the alum into hot water anid
let ft b;oil t.ll al. the alum is d-solvedl.
then app)ly it hot wvi-th a brush to all
cracks, closts, bedsteads, anid other
places where insects are fou. Ants,
bedbugs, cockroaches and other creel)
lng things are killed by it, while it has
no danger of poisoning the fa-nily or
'Tue stauining of bricks red us effected
by melting one ounce of glue in a gal
lon of water, t.hen adding a piece of
ahuim as largo as an egg, one-half pound
of Vocntian red, and( one pound of Span
ish brown; redness or dlarkniess is in
creased by using more red or brown.
F"or coloring black, heat the bricks and
dip in fluid asphialtumn or in a hot mix
ture of linseedl oil and asphalt.
D)UnAnrn and pretty coYcrs for v bu
reau are wade of drab aida canvas, wvith
the edge finished with deep scallops
crochieted of macre cord, or make
the cover so large that the edge will fall
over the edge of the bureau. After the
canvas s fringed to the depth of an mnch,
overcast the canvas so that it will not
ravel. A narrow horder of worsted
above the iringo is a pretty additi m.
Phex i no Eoa.-T1he eggs should h)0
boiled hard (about, teni minutes) and
then dliveste<h of their shells; wvhou cold
liut t hem In jars and cover with vinegar
in which have boon boiled the usual
sp)ices for pickling, Tie the jars' down
tight with ellod browna paper. This is
a-i excel-ent pickle to be enten with
cold mear, etc.
HIAno POMATYM. -Lard and mutton
suet, of each one pound; white wax four
(aunces. Melt with as goautic a heat as
possible; skim anid strain, and clear
tronm the dtegs wvhich~ are deposited on
standig; and one ounce o,f esser.ce of
biergamnot and pour in moulds.
11,arnt~ina Morus,- It fine cut to
bacco be sprinkled under the edlgc Of
carpiets, and node'r those p)laces where
biureaus, book-eases anid the like miake
it dark, the miot.s uill be p)revenited
freinma layng their eggs in themn, as it
will drive them way.
OnEAMt TEA OAEE.s. --One quart of
flour aiid a teaspoonful of salt, one pint
of sour cream, anti a half cup of melted
butter, half spoonful of saleratus in a
spoonful of hot, water. Mix lightly in
dough, mould in small caked and bake
in buttered tis.
SThWn RODS. -To clean stair rods, use
woolen cloth wet with water and dipped
in sifted oal ashes; afterwards rub
with a dry oloth,
Two New Yorkers, traveling south,
were witing in the depot at Memphis,
and talking about the needs of the
South, and they had been at It three
quarters of an hour, when a long-haired
man In an old somboro and an "over
flowed" look In his face, stopped up and
"Gentlemen, you was talking about
the south ?"
"You were talking about her pros
poets, progress aiid needs ?"
"We were, sir."
"Well,, now, I ain't so well posted
on her prospects and progress, but if
you want to know the great present
need of the South, just invite me out to
take a whisky straight I"
A,,v:aco Step In )ontistry
IIAVANA, C:UsA.-The must populat
dentist of this city, Dr. 1). Francisco (Jar.
cia, member of the Royal University,
states that in all cases of troublisonic neu
ralgia, arising froni the tcoth, ins patrons
are recomenonded to use St. Jacb's 0il,
and the most satisfactory cures have 10l
lowed, It is a specific for toothache, ear
ache, bodi'y pains, and proof against
"WRAW time does the State road train
leave 2" asked a lady of a railroad man.
"Two forty-five," was the ready reply,
"Well, I declare," she said, with a puz
zled look covering her face. 1'Atlauta
is the strangest plneo I ever saw about
giving information." "Why so?" asked
the railroad man. "Because, lust now
I asked a gentleman what hour the train
left, and he said a quarter to three,
and now you say two forty-five; I can't
understand it to save my life." The
man walked off leaving her to study out
BAY CITY, Ml lc, Feb. 3,1880
I think it my tluty to send you a recomn
mend for the bencit of any person wishing
to know whether 1101) Bitters are good or
not. I know they are good for general
debility and indigestion; strenethen the
nervous system and make new life. I rec
omnend iiy patients to use them.
DR. A. PRiATT.
GENTLEMAN--"You ask me for a small
gift, and do not oven take oil your hat
from your head. Is that any way to
sot 2" .Beggar---''Excuse me, most holn
orable sir. I dare not do it, for yonder
stands a police)man. If he should see
me take my hat off, it will occur to him
it once that 1 ain a beggar, and Ie will
arrest me. At present, as we are now,
ho merely supposes that we are two old
icquaintaiices having a friendily chat.
An I:cift ,',N T'tt ta, Ei.
A. 1. Van-gihta. l r of t': o "ro i i noio-,"
(-a-nwlch, 0.. wtr.ti: Li t Jan st3:a ry I finet With A
veryH New w n'ci,lent, cail e bV at rInIvway l,r-o. I
tts "'l aiti st every ki ta L ' alov to h ml thu woninds,
whih,l tur.,l to ruutinr s,trei, bIt foundi nottllg
to dt aUo tai ungood t i1 I w .8 r:eommnt,leti hieury'd
arbit aI:lva. I ,.tutbt a b,o ai:d it 1 lla,.d inu at
once, andi at lt a' d of twa uitoulih I wate cotmplet.'ly
well. It is th: b a . sit v. int the In arkot, tand I n -vor
fall of ling t friiedl aban: It. and nrg,e them to
its(L witWhenever ther itoal a steo.
In 'e's(l :u-ch1 nui 'cnr-i n' alltutlon of tho
luticous niuIn1br.nt: of tth he al n,d thtrno:at
"1I TEnn youa, stu a main whose chair
icter is way down below zero, ''that it
.loosn't do no0 goodi to compl) children
[o read the Bible. Wheni I was a young
kid the.v usedl to keep me at it half the
Lime. ' aw it all by heart afore I
ws fifte . :t doni't do a child nto good
L tell y- r." It was the naninmous
:.pinion o1 all who know him that his
irgument was uannsworablo,
Mensman's Peptonized beef tonic, the
onl.y preparation of beet containing its en
tire nutritiouls properties, it contains
blood-making, force generating and life
sustainmng properties; invaluable for indi
gestion, dyspepsia, nervous prostration,and
all forms of general debility; also,. in all
enfeebled conditions, whether the result of
exhaustion, nervous prostrauon, overwork
or acute disease, particularly if resulting
fr om pulmonary complaints. Caswell,
Hiazardi & (Jo., proprietors, New York.
Sold by all druggists.
CHIAun~ES MOON, of Denver. swallowed
a live bull-frog, six inche.s long '<nd two
inehes across the breast, andc afterwards
drank a piint of whisky. Th'le saddest
thing about the afi'aur is that it was the
frog that died. Almiost as dIepressing
was o.ie of the p ipers of the city calling
the trof swallower a "flull Moon," Per
haps the word ''fu" Was a misp)rinit for
'aat Iiuaciiil o MIne
I la ree imnethe linan heo was before lae began
WEi leairn fr)nm a fashion item that it
is no0w the corrct form to use a little
pompil)adouir slipper fillled with whl ite
Ilowers. instead of the p)roverbial old
shoe, to throw iaftor the dopartinig bride.
From cortaini legends we have read, we
ainfer thai the new idea would be much
safer than the old one sat a Ohicago
wedding. The b)ridlo would be lo.is
li-'ble to have hicr skull fractured,
Tii we who use iarbrohnec as no0w ime
proedt and perfectedi, thse great petroleums
lairt r enewecr, are always distingunishsed by
the beautiful soft. texture of the hair pro
duacedi by the uise of that most exq.nasite of
alI toilet preparations.
A MAN in (Onliforia reports having
seooi a rattlesniako with two logs. Tue
fact that it didn't also have two heads
is evidene thtat. the whtisk~y might have
been much wvorse. Buat perhaps the
Californda man took only six drinks."
Vv.near '.le Gresaa.
Ono grea'n lat iw io wolks: all otheors two
or lhre' dlay". liM n at. b.e mtpis d ons by theo
Iunmbug stinffs on'ero 5. 'sk youir t'e dIer for Fara
zer'a,with, laiel on. $aves your horsaolalbo,r,and
3o0t too. It. reoived first moedal at thaeConton.
nimal and Paris Ex'positionsi. Sold over.y hurrs.
'JorIn is a mighsty mean mani," said
Biggs; ''he sold me ai tub of buatter that
waa strong enough to, go aloine, but J
got rid of it. I sold it to my brother;
and the best of it is I got more than 1
paid John for it."
'room~' Crry,O )aur ,. P'. Newanr says:
"isowns's Iran I'itlers nye very jppular ,a. a their
use always res.t Haufaa or.ay."
"'Oxx toachl of inatture," e. Street
preachler-" I now ask, brethren, wnuat
can 1 do t.. move you in this worldl of
icikedness?2" Array-"Sond roundl the
'at, guv'nor. Thiat'll muo'7 'can,"
WVA1.coTT, thec genlean whlo aite thirty3
barace of (uitals in t hirty (lays, wats reieaved
froma any dlislareetable stomsiachi tobles by
usinag (JASTuiN E, andl took inothsing else durta
lng the task. Sold by druggists.
"Three new asylums for the Insane
are to be built at once In .Indiana." We
didnu't suppose that dudeism was making
convets so rapil In tha mtt
W-REN Bass moved into an aparthient
house. Fogg remarked to Mrbe B.
"Quite appropriate, Mrs. Bass; sweet
to the suitea you know," Fenderson,
who was piesent, thought it was a pret
ty nice compliment; so when he saw
Bate next day he thought he would try
it. "I hear you have moved into a
family hotel," he began; "quito appro
priate, flat to the flats, you know." And
Fenilorson still wonders why Bass
should get mad over a remark that had
made Mrs. B. smile so sweetly.
t,hango 6r MIn.
I declined to insert your advertisement
of Hop Bitters last year, because I then
thought they might not be promotivb of
the cause of Temperance, but find they
are, and a very valuable medicine, myself
and wife having been greatly benefitted by
them, and I take great pleasure in making
them known. REV. JOHN SiAMAN,
Editor Home Sentinel, Afton, N. Y.
THE other day one of Atlanta's chronic
rag-pickers Nt'ent .into Swartz's junk
shop with a bag full of miscellaneous
rags to sell. Swartz looked dubiously
at the sack and then exclaimed: "Py
chimmy grioky, vich shell I veigh-vot
you got on, or vot you got off?" Then
the picker got insulted and went off to
,BAuiMons, AID.-Rev. W. ii. Chapman says:
"1 deem Brown'a Iron Biters a most valuable
tonia for general i-hcalth."
A T2AoEna defining a transitive verb
as one that expresses an action which
is "passed over" from the deer, gave for
illustration "The dog wags his tail."
Whereupon a youngster aroso with the
criticism: "Please, ma'am, the action
don't pass over; it stays in the dog."
"WIells'Iealth Iienewer"restores health and vigor
cures Dyspepsia, Impotence. Sexual Debility. $1.
HER fattier stood at the gate talking
with a gentleman, and the seven-yoar
oldniiss throw out several hints about
supper being ready without success. At
length, anxious and impatient, she call.
ed out from the side stoop:
"Papa, if you 'an't come right into
supper the ice cream will all get cold 1"
Dr. Kline's Glreat Nerve niestorer is the marvel
of the age for all nerve diseases. All fits stopped
free. Send to 931 Arch Street, Philadelphia, Pa.
AN Ohio physician says that the life,
flute, cornet and other wind insti uments,
if playett vigorously, will cure weak
lungs. This may be true, but the man
who tries the experiment may meet
with a fatal accident before he effects a
permanent cure, unless he resides on
some isolated island in the Pacific ocean.
Lathes and children's boots and shoes
cannot run over if Lyon'u Patent Heel
Stiffeners are used
"MY home is not upon this earth,"
was the pious remark of Deacon Crow
foot; "my mansion is in the slies."
"'4Well," replied Fogg, "I would not
adviso you to move into it until you find
out what kind of neighbors you are
going to havo."
Iiory's Little Cathartic Pill-best
made for Liver Complaint and Biliousness.
Tasteless, harmnless, Infallible. 15c.
WJtan has a 4-year-old sister, Mary,
who complained to mamma that her
button shoes were hurtmng her. "Wby,
Maitcio, you'We put them on the wvrong
feet." Puzmled and ready to cry, she
made answer: "What'll I do, mamma ?
They're all the feet I've got."
.Why don't you use 8t. Patrick's Salve? Try
it. Uso it. 253 at all druggists,
"EURoPEn is treading on a yveonoe"
reads old X, in his paper aloud. ''Pa
pa, what is a volcano?" asked the
youngest. "Why, it is something to
tread on, my boy."
For Thick Head.,
Ileavy stomnachis, bIlous conditions-Welis' .alay
Apple P'ila-nti-blllous, cathartic. 10 and 25c.
Foot. says that he has leottled up
enough health during the wvinter to last
nearly through the twvo weeks which he
intendis Fp.nding at sonme health resort
Sh'oubt you be0 a sufferer fronm dlyia-ppsia, hild
gestion, inlra, or weakness, you can be cured
l>y JBrown's I ron Hitters.
"CONF?OUND the dog I" lie said, "I'll
settle his hash for him when I go down
there to see Kate to-night." And he
p)roceeded to saturate the seat of his
pants with strychnine.
.Fisn may be sealed much easier by
first clipping them in scalding water for
Noth,ing in the world equal to 1t for the
cure of suroila, Pim,ples, Soils, Tetter, (l Sores,
Pore Eye, plercurial ise,ases, Catarrh, L.os. of
Appetite, rernale comp,ilaiuv, aod oil lIlood
li.s. II, ne ocer falls. All druiagists and
coulmitry sto?e keepers sell It. II. . ellera
A ('o., P'rop'., P'lt.burgh, on ever b. iottlo.
The Bad and Worthless
are never fmit ated or counterfed. This Is
especIally true of a family medicIne, anti It is
positive proof that the remedy fmitated is of the
ihigiieii valle. As soon1 as It had been tested
anld proved by die whole world that Hop BItters
was the purest, best and mos9t valuable family
mnetcie on earth, many imItations sprung up
and bcegan to steal the notices In which the press
anid tue people of the country had expressed the
mer'lit of II. It., and In every way trying to In..
due suifferiig lnvaldls..to use their stuff instead,
expectling to make muoney on the credlit and good
namile oif ii. B. Many others started nostrums
lIlt up In aliar stylo to HI. B., with varIously
'levisei unmes in which the word "HIop," or
" Iieps" were used in a way to indutce people
to belieye they were the same as Hop Bitters.
Alt such:i pretenuded remedIes or cures, no matter
what their st.yle or Dame Is, andi especially those
ithi tano wor d " Hop'' or " Hops" In theIr name
or lit any way' connected wih them or their name,
atre ilimtationis or counterfeIta. Beware of thorn.
'oueni non1e of them. Use nor,hing but genuine
110p hlitler, wIth a bunch or cluster of green
hlop on the white label. Trust nothing else,
D)rugglsts anti dealers are warnedi agaInst dealing
mn itiations or cunterlelta.
NI ~ No itay till elired. Toi
WE ~ years estaiblished, 100
eed. State eano 'Dr.
____ar__h, Quinoy , e,
$65 n*E TEaniboansi a
drin, 5a .EEli o. aaep'a a
65to.$20 Ad"lrasMTi **x d M ,
AGEN4TSJol 'AT D*s"a"Ow"
lielth" Rtels.$2.5. lgCommissions to
Agents, A RC P LTliGC. 1 orthi
Tlenth Btreet, Phladelhiii, P.
J BURE HE AL L ALS.t
Tnlose anlswerang an aaver ssemens wUl
confer a favor a ~ the adv r and the
pubithher b~Se athat he ,wthe ad
ve lade -a tle eurnal tusmIg na a.,
4uhwJIIIuml D l(KAIIE,
Soreness, Cuts, Brul
;1in li.hu. Jt$ltd. r4ALD -
And all other bodily ac
| Il4I and palini.
FIFTY CENTS A BOTT
hitaaq DVO~D e, VLD
N(lI old by all Drugagleas
i11'u Dealers. DIJrectlOenl
,l,II I ||||IIlh The Charles A. Vog elr
||| lIlIllI' (Saccessoro to A. YOE.%R -
r--- i,-... ~ ilaltslsore. nd. . L
- ir -emrtmamamnams
There has never been an instance in which Ilib
sterling nivigorant and anti-febrile iedicite h(
failed to ward off the complaint. wlen taken dul
asi a protectioi gainst malarla. Hundreds I!
phyfic ans lave abalndoned fall the o0llihal specl
les, and now prescribe this harmless vegctabilt
tonic for chills and fever as well as d.vspel"hg
antI nervous affctlons. llostetter's Bitters is l1
specillo you ned.
For satle by all D1rurgrsts anid Dealers generallj
HEALTH IS WEALTH
T AT.MRNT ~.,
DR1. it. C. W Esr'H Nti uV5 AND) ItiIAIN Tn6IATJIIST s"t~
guaranteed *peel Ile for Il et.'rla. Dizznoess. onvuiel, r1y " ,
Nervous Neuralila, iteadcme, Nervnnsii Proatratlna caool4
by the use of alroholo our tabaeen, wakefulnaess Mental Dt
pprratn, oftnin oftheslrarn resultincg In nsanity an
lean t o miser) d"cay anenath Pruture n l Ano
arrenness, l.nsa of Powr In either aex, In volutary [Ioaa
and Spei nta4,rrhaa caucsed by over"uxerlon or the brals,
self"at,musnurover"Inua tcnco Fee.ttlrb.c oetttalusonembnth' .
treatant.a or verlu bxgr o.boxes for $5, sent by mal p
palid ou receipt of 5,1ice.
WE CUARANTEE SIX BOXES
To cure any calo. With echci ordler received by us for it i
boxee, accompaled with $5, we wll end theptrchaser oar
written guarantee to nefundi thomoney itthotreatment does
n t cifact a curme. Ooareante Isade onliy by
KISN Ei: & ENDF.SON, '-e laco Street. Phlldolphla, Pa.
The celelhrated vetablo bllood i'urll.r. lttmdatsly
ctres hIsadache, (onstlpnlion. 1urfaes the bkin. Slatled
Cctiuren. -E ISNJ ER & M END EL80N,
2hrooupn r, PIhiladehCnt. Uusurpa.e -fur
CHARCOA L drn. rcltn ii,"al- rared for t
hadl l.rth.ii iairifyin. the s"'tem. li by maiy
ceint. Mlt. Vernon tc..* o.thheIntoni. Conns.
*P 33 te i0daas.noitaitI Cured, 1
U3U Di*e.' iMItN, ilefbau n, OhI
D11s. J. N. & J. B. iOBENS4Ali..
TH'lOSFC AFleLlc I'ED WITbil TbIbll IlElEter
OF XiIAltBUE AND) .\ItCIlRIALI'ZATION
BIhould not hen t:ste to, c.sell ,1. N. and J. 1B. 110.
JIENSACK, of 20tJ Nort11 Second .street, P'niIadel
plia, eIlther by nrei or b/ pars -n, diirasg thae hourd
from S A. M. 10 2 P. M., ndu 6 to 3 P. M.
Arivlee free. \Vhosoever wouldi kniow lisa condh.
LIon andI the wa.v to imp rove it s,hnt!d read'
"WISDOM IN A NUT,iHELL."
Sent on rceipt or -eenl siap.4
E * STOPPED FREE ~
Marveclous success. 1
I insane Persons Kestored
- ~ Dr.KLINE'8 GREAT
freall nRAUN & NRRV vLDI51ASRS O,y sure
ift da' se. T e.ta au 5SteIr1ai boile free t
" THE BEST IS CHEAPEST."
__or____Po__e____ over Hullen
Payne's Automatto Engines.
Me1e b an eeuaalo
YOUNG MfEN yowatt cm.TL
FREEISe-n rto ait Hel ere
TH LE SUN '"A"My'UNS
1)tba ilTo u rset il tio n es In eadiile
w i1srgien1~ frrie rin I, overycody
6 .0 ao yeerr\
CN .Publishor, Now York City.
JEiI1h hau (inna.ssefe. B3y0. Edwyarde r.oater
Al et'o o.wl~ n , 1h ada r; rf10 too 1ow.
1av ci'WAQ .It 5Tl'Prlls. 1 t. 250. and350
N ( 1 r o l V i G ry H t r d . 0.
Sos'' Hu iAA.I w Tn, T JAiimn,ool'mih, '20
IlurAt'sNf iMa., on'y e t, it obogt rra r d 21.
Tult. iio.g , ' Etln,l. a r Poe , 2a .
Wo~nts r.o.: it, b ie 't A inVaIon 2.1
JOH N B. A LDFLN. ltbIshor, I Vsiy It., Nov York.
A Rure Ouro icr Cpilepsa or Fita in '24 hours. .Free to
?Lpoor. Unt. Knsa. 2&4 A rsenial at., St. Lois~, M1o
awoki on town. nd 6Oa I
4E$NTt WANT1EUsbr 81 51Jtst
J1. elng PIctorIal Books andbl,Riso
uo De111vr CORt. N ATIONALI PDpt. (O. .iIASf
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